Cider Making at the Fly Creek Cider Mill

Take a scenic drive to the Fly Creek Cider Mill for an educationaland tasty fall excursion. We are making cider the old-fashioned way every weekend on our 1889 Boomer and Boshert water-powered press.
Have a taste of the delicious ultra fresh sweet cider right after you watch it being made.
We take the remains of the apples called pumice by John Deere tractor and spreader out to the field to use as fertilizer. It's not always the easiest way to make cider but we feel it's the best way to make our quality cider.
Open daily 9-6 thru Dec. 19, 2011
Live cider pressing on Saturdays and Sundays.

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CKlemm says ... on Thursday, Nov 20 at 6:28 PM

It's always fun to go there. Glad to see it on WKTV.

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